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PROGRAM FOLIO 

JANUARY 2-15,1961 




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MONDAY, January 2 

7:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 

SCHUBERT Sonata No. 5, for Violin and Piano, 
A major, Op. 162 

(Szigeti, Hess) (Columbia 4717) (25) 
BEETHOVEN Septet, Eb major, Op. 20 

(Vienna Ens) (London 1191) (36) 
BLOCH Quartet No. 1, B Minor 

(Roth Quartet) (Mercury 50110) (50) 
BRAHMS Trio for Piano, Violin and Horn, Eb major, 
. Op. 40 

(Jones, Schneider, Horszowski) (Columbia 4892) 
(30) 
MESSIAEN La Merle Noir 

(Gazzeloni, Mercenier) (Festival) (7) 
9:45 NEW YORK COMMENTARY: from WBAI. 
10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: a novel set in 
the Moluccas, by Maria Dermout, a Dutch woman 
who began writing in her 60's. Read by Jean Rubin. 
10:30 HIPPOLYTE ET ARICIE: excerpts from the opera 
by Rameau, performed by French soloists, chorus 
and orchestra, conducted by Roger Desormiere. 
(London 50034) 
11:30 GAMAL ABDEL NASSER: Robert St. John dis- 
cusses the Egyptian president with Byron Bryant. 
(Dec. 29) 
12:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (Dec. 28) 

1:00 WHAT SORT OF REVOLUTION? Stanford Profes- 
sor of Economics Paul Baran discusses his stay in 
Cuba. (Dec. 21) 
2:20 CHAMBER-VOCAL CONCERT (Dec. 29) 
MOZART String Quintet, G minor, K. 516 (30) 
Four Pieces from the Glogauer Songbook (16) 
TELEMANN Quartet for Three Winds and Continuo, 
D minor (16) 
3:30 THE DOOMSDAY BOOK: The Man Who Cannot 
Die. The first of eight episodes in a serial by J. 
MacLaren-Ross. (BBC) 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
"Stories for Young People" chosen and read by 

Kathy McCreary. 
"The Princess and Curdie"— Virginia Maynard con- 
tinues her reading of this story by George Mac- 
Donald. 
"Kim"— Sheldon Rudolph continues his reading of 
the Kipling novel. 
5:00 MISCELLANY 

5:15 SYMPHONY PREVIEW: This week's concert by 
the San Francisco Symphony. 
WAGNER Overture to "The Flying Dutchman" 

(Philharmonia— Klemperer) (Angel 35875) (10) 
HAYDN Toy Symphony 

(Orch-Weingartner) (Columbia 4776) (20) 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 5, C minor, Op. 67 
. (Lamoureux Orch— Markevitch) (Epic 3659) (31) 
6:45 NEWS: Agar Jaicks. 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Father Eugene Boyle. (JAN. 3) 
7:15 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: a report and 
interpretation by William Mandel. (JAN. 3) 



7:30 BANTU HOMELANDS: Christian W. Prinsloo, 
Chief Information Officer of the South African 
Ministries of Bantu Administration and Development 
of Education, discusses the "homelands" created 
for the African populations, apartheid itself and 
criticisms of it with Jon Donald. 

8:00 THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL: Spanish Renaissance 
music, performed by the Victoria de los Angeles 
Ensemble. (BBC) 

8:30 HISPANIC-AMERICAN 
Spanish and Portuguese 
duced by the staff of the 
American and Luso-Brazilian 



REPORT: developments in 
speaking countries. Pro- 
Institute of Hispanic- 
Studies, Stanford Uni- 



versity, Ronald Hilton, Director. 
9:00 REPORT ON MUSIC: criticism and reviews by 
Glenn Glasow. 

10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 

10:15 SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD MARIJUANA SMOKER: In 
a discussion with Robert H. Macdonald, San Diego 
County Probation Department, a seventeen-year-old 
boy tells how he got the "weed," why he smoked 
it, and its efefcts. 

10:50 DAS LIED VON DER ERDE: the symphonic song 
cycle by Gustav Mahler, performed by Murray Dickie, 
tenor, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, baritone, and the 
Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Paul Kletzki. 
(Angel 35858/9) 

TUESDAY, January 3 

7:00 PIANO CONCERT 

BACH Partita No. 5, G major 

(Gould) (SB 1366-67) (13) 
BEETHOVEN Diabelli Variations, Op. 120 

(Shure) (Epic 3382) (53) 
WEBER Sonata No. 4, E minor, Op. 70 

(Fleisher) (Epic 3675) (24) 
PROKOFIEV Ten Pieces from "Cinderella," Op. 97 

(Pressler) (MGM 3192) (22) 
KRENEK Sonata No. 3, Op. 92, No. 4 

(Gould) (Columbia 5336) (20) 
9:30 COMMENTARY: Father Eugene Boyle. (Jan. 2) 
9:45 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: William Man- 
del. (Jan. 2) 
10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin con- 
tinues her reading of Dermout's novel. 
10:30 CHAMBER MUSIC (Dec. 30) 

BEETHOVEN Sonata No. 9, for Violin and Piano, 

A major, Op. 47 (34) 
SCHUBERT Quartet No. 6, D major (27) 
PROKOFIEV Sonata for Flute and Piano, D major, 

Op. 94 (22) 
MOZART Divertimento No. 3, Bb major, K. 439b (23) 
MOREL Cassation for Winds (9) 
12:30 THE WRITER AND HIS ART: the first of two 
talks by the Chicago critic, Elder Olson, recorded 
at Grinnell College. 

1:30 ORCHESTRAL-VOCAL CONCERT (Dec. 21) 
MOZART Serenade No. 9, D major, K. 320 (36) 
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 2, Bb major, Op. 19 

(30) 



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POULENC Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra 

(21) 
SATIE Socrate, a Symphonic Drama (50) 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
"With a Song and a Dance" with Natalie Lessinger 

and her young friends. 
"Stories Told from Memory" by Josephine Gardner. 

(KPFA Archives) 
"Kim"— read by Sheldon Rudolph. 
5:00 MISCELLANY 
5:15 CHAMBER MUSIC 
MOZART String Quartet, Bb major, K. 589 
(Netherlands Quartet) (Epic 3100) (25) 
BRAHMS Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano, A 
major, Op. 100 

(Szigeti, Horszowski) (Mercury 50210) (20) 
CARTER Eight Etudes and a Fantasy 
(NY Wind Ens) (CRI-118) (24) 
6:45 NEWS: Hanna Pitkin. 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Steve Murdock. (JAN. 4) 
7:15 ON CAMPUS POLITICS: Burton White, chairman 

of the Bay Area Committee to AboTisTi HUAC. 
7:30 MAN, THE UNIVERSE, ETC.: "Not a Bus, but 
a Tram?" The free will puzzle is discussed by Dr. 
Wallace Matson. 
8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (JAN. 5) 
Singers who died during the past year (first of 

four programs): 
Eduard Habich, bartione (1882-1960) (recording of 

1928) 
WAGNER Tristan und Isolde: Kurwenals Tod (Ivar 

Andresen, etc.) 
Giovanni Inghilleri, baritone (1895-1959) (recordings 

of 1929-1945) 
VERDI Aida: Quest' assisa ch'io vesto (Dusolina 
Giannini, Aureliano Pertile, etc.); Ciel! mio padre! 
(Giannini) 
PUCCINI II tabarro: Perche non m'ami piu? (Emma 
Tegani); Nulla! Silenzio 
8:30 THE HINDU DANCE: the first of two programs 
in which the Indian dancer Ishvani (now Mrs. Edwin 
Hamilton) describes the history, forms, symbolism 
and techniques of Hindu dance to Colin Edwards 
and Bari Rolfe, the San Francisco dancer and teacher 
of modern dance. 
9:00 OUR INSIDIOUS GENIAL SOCIETY: Frank Gib- 
ney, former Associate Editor of Time and Senior 
Editor of Newsweek, now a staff writer on Life, 
discusses his new book "The Operators" with 
Byron Bryant. 
9:15 THE FIFTH PROVINCE: Rev. Michael Scott, who 
since 1946 has petitioned the U. N. on behalf of 
the African population of South West Africa, tells 
Jon Donald about the country's history, living condi- 
tions of the native people, the political dangers 
of a racist policy, and the attempts to force the 
government to comply with its mandate obligations 
or relinquish its control. 
9:45 SPECIAL REPORT: a close look at important 

news by Trevor Thomas or Brian Roper at KPFK. 
10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 
10:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. The early 

jazz guitarist, Eddie Lang, Part II. (JAN. 4) 
10:45 THE GOON SHOW: Sellers & Co., in "King Solo- 
mon's Mines." 
11:15 SONGS BY HAYDN: performed by Dietrich 
Fischer-Dieskau and Gerald Moore. (Electrola 90988) 

WEDNESDAY, January 4 

7:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

HAYDN Symphony No. 94, G major 

(Royal Phil-Beecham) (Capitol 7127) (24) 
DVORAK Slavonic Dances, Op. 46 

(Czech Phil— Talich) (Parliament 121) (37) 
MAHLER Symphony No. 9 

(Vienna Phil-Walter) (RCA LCT-6015) (85) 
9:45 COMMENTARY: Steve Murdock. (Jan. 3) 
10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin con- 
tinues her reading of Dermout's novel. 



10:30 CHAMBER-VOCAL CONCERT (Dec. 26) 
SCHUBERT Quartet No. 14, D minor (35) 
MARAIS Suite No. 4, D major (26) 
BRAHMS Neue Liebeslieder Waltzes, Op. 65 (20) 
WOLF Twelve Songs from the Spanish Songbook (30) 
12:45 THE WRITER AND HIS ART: the second of two 
lectures by Elder Olson, Chicago critic. 

1:30 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Phil Elwood. (Jan. 3) 

2:00 HOW TO BUY A CAR: Salesman Ed Richmond 
gives Brian Roper the inside story on sales "tricks" 
and deceptions. (Dec. 20) 

2:30 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MASTERS: Frank de 
Bellis. (Jan. 1) 

4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
"Tell-Me-Again-Tale" with Stella Toogood. 
From now on, this half hour will be used for pro- 
grams for older children. Today, "The Laundry," 
a fable written and read by John Bovington. 
Youth Has Its Say: "Family Relationships"— the first 
of a series of discussions between young people 
from the Orient and the Occident. (Radio UNESCO) 

5:00 MISCELLANY 

5:15 MUSIC BY SCHUBERT 
Serenade for Alto, Women's Chorus and Piano, 

Op. 135 
Psalm 23 for Women's Chorus and Piano, Op. 132 
(Eustrati, Berlin Choir— Lehmann) (Decca 144) 
(6) (6) 
Sonata, Bb major, Op. Posth. (Haskil, piano) (Epic 

3031) (38) 
German Mass, F major 

(Choir, Berlin Phil-Forster) (33) 

6:45 NEWS: David Bentel. 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Marshall Windmiller. (JAN. 5) 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: letters and informa- 
tion about KPFA, conducted by Pacifica's president, 
Harold Winkler. (JAN. 8) 

7:30 RUSSIA'S NEW SEVEN-YEAR PLAN: Henry F. 
McCusker, economist. 

7:45 LESSONS FROM THE CONGO: James S. Cole- 
man, Director, African Studies Center and Prof, of 
Political Science at UCLA, talks about his recent 
visit to West Africa. 

8:45 CAMUS MEMORIAL PROGRAM: in commemora- 
tion of his death one year ago. The author is heard 
reading from "L' Ete: La Mer au Plus Pres," fol- 
lowed by Fred Haines reading his Nobel Prize 
acceptance speech, and Myron Winick reading the 
essay, "Return to Tpasa." Prepared and introduced 
by Richard Vernier. 

9:45 CONSUMER PROTECTION: recent court decisions 
affecting consumers, reported by John Hopkins. 
(JAN. 5) 

10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 

10:15 GROWTH OF THE NOVEL: ninth in a series by 
Paul West, Associate Professor of English, Memorial 
University, St. John, Newfoundland. 

10:45 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (JAN. 9) 

11:45 MORAVIAN FOLK SONGS: performed by folk 
musicians. (Artia 153). 

THURSDAY, January 5 

7:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 

BEETHOVEN String Quartet, F major, Op. 59, No. 1 

(Busch Quartet) (Columbia 4155) (42) 
SPOHR Octet, E major, Op. 32 

(Vienna Octet) (London 1610) (27) 
SCHUMANN String Quartet, A minor, Op. 41, No. 1 

(Curtis Quartet) (Westminster 5166) (25) 
RAVEL Introduction and Allegro 

(Hollywood Ens) (Capitol 8304) (15) 
IVES Second String Quartet 

(Walden Quartet) (Period 501) (23) 
9:30 COMMENTARY: Marshall Windmiller. (Jan. 4) 
9:45 CONSUMER PROTECTION: John Hopkins. (Jan. 4) 
10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin con- 
tinues her reading of Maria Dermout's novel. 
10:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Dec. 23) 

BACH Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, G major (17) 
HANDEL Concerto Grosso, Bb major, Op. No. 7 (17) 
STAMITZ Concerto for Clarinet, Strings and Continuo, 
Bb major (18) 



BRAHMS Symphony No. 2, D major, Op. 73 (38) 

HARTMANN Symphony No. 6 (24) 
12:30 DEFENSE, THE BOMB AND DISARMAMENT: 

Herman Kahn, Physics Department of the Rand 

Corporation, discusses security, war and the balance 

of terror. (Dec. 29) 
1:30 MUSIC FOR WINDS (Dec. 20) 

MILHAUD Suite for Band (10) 

STRAVINSKY Symphony for Wind Instruments W 

REED La Fiesta Mexicana (18) 
2:15 ISSUES OF MAN AND HIS ENVIRONMENT: 

questions of individual and group morafTty in 

science and medicine. Sir George Pickering, H. J. 

Muller, Ralph Gerard, C. P. Snow, and Warren 

Weaver of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. (Dec. 19) 
3:00 EARLY HISTORY OF PALMOLIVE SOAP: from 

"My Life in Advertising," by Claude C. Hopkins. 

Read by Evan Yoes. 
3:30 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (Jan. 3) 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

"The Princess and Curdie"— the next part read by 
Virginia Maynard. 

"Forest Lore"— Beginning, once again, a series on 
animal life to be conducted by Josh Barkin, 
Assistant Naturalist of the East Bay Regional 
Park District. 

More of "Kim" read by Sheldon Rudolph. 
5:00 MISCELLANY 
5:15 MUSIC BY MOUSSORGSKY: in original form and 

in orchestral transcription. 

Pictures at an Exhibition 

(Richter, piano) (Artia 154) (33) 

Pictures at an Exhibition (Arr. Ravel) 

(London Sym— Sargent) (Everest 6053) (34) 
6:45 NEWS: Chris Koch. 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Sidney Roger. (JAN. 6) 
7:15 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CALENDAR OF EVENTS: 

reported by Charles Susskind. (JAN. 6) 
7:30 MUSIC BY PALESTRINA: performed by the Pro 

Musica Sacra. (BBC) 
8:00 THE POLITICAL MAN: another in the series by 

Dr. Seymour Lipset, Professor of Sociology at Yale. 
8:30 A FIRED PROFESSOR PROTESTS: Dr. Leo F. 

Koch, University of Illinois professor discharged 

last June because of his published letter about 

premarital relations, talks with Byron Bryant. 
9:00 A WORK OF ART AND KASHTANKA: two Chek- 
hov short stories dramatized by Bill Butler, read by 

Shaun Gordon, Edward Wawszkiewicz, Stan Nielson 

and Bill Butler. (KPFA Archives) 
9:45 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MISSILE: The Splash 

Called Polaris. Ed Cray and Frank McGuire continue 

their close look at America's missile program. 
10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 
10:15 THE MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip F. Elwood. 

Tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, Part I. 
10:45 FOLK MUSIC ABROAD: Henrietta Yurchenco. 
11:15 PIANO CONCERT: short works by Scarlatti, 

Rameau, Couperin, Poulenc and Debussy, performed 

by Maria Varro. (Festival) 



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12:30 DISARMAMENT - CONDITIONS AND CONSE- 
QUENCES: Dr. Hans Morgenthau. (Dec. 23) 
1:15 MUSIC FOR PIANO AND PERCUSSION (Dec. 30) 
PERSICHETTI Concerto for Piano Four Hands, Op. 56 

(19) 
CHAVEZ Toccata for Percussion (9) 
MATTON Concerto for Two Pianos and Percussion 
(17) 
2:10 ART AND ARTISTS OF THE BAY AREA: Albert 
Zoc, sculptor, interviews Glenn Wessels, painter and 
teacher at the University of California. 
3:00 THE MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip Elwood. 

(Jan. 5) 
3:30 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth. (Jan. 1) 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
Judy Brundin in on vacation in England during 
January but will continue "Judy Reads" when 
she returns. 
"Activity Songs" sung by Marcia Berman of KPFK. 
A story for "After Christmas." 

"The Ugly Duckling" is adapted from the story by 
Hans Christian Andersen by the Atlas Theatre 
Company. The music used is by Grieg. 
"What's Going On?" 
5:00 MISCELLANY 

5:15 SYMPHONY PREVIEW: most of the music which 
will be performed by the Oakland Symphony Or- 
chestra next week. 
BRAHMS Tragic Overture, Op. 81 

(Orch-Walter) (Columbia 5573) (12) 
BEETHOVEN Concerto for Piano No. 5, Eb major, 
Op. 73 

(Schnabel, Philharmonia-Galliera) (Odeon 83015) 
(40) 
COPLAND Variations for Orchestra 
(Louisville Orch-Whitney) (LOU) (22) 
6:45 NEWS: Lloyd Reinhart. 
7:00 COMMENTARY: Victor Ferkiss. 
7:15 ART, GANDHI, REVOLUTION AND MAMMON: 
Byron Bryant interviews Beniamino Bufano, whose 
statue "St. Francis of Assisi" has been in the 
news recently. (KPFA Archives) 
8:00 FAMOUS TRIALS: the Ireland's Eye Murder, a 
reconstruction of the famous trial written by Denis 
Johnston. An artist of questionable moral character, 
an inexperienced medical student and an eminent 
pathologist all seem to be involved in the case. 
(BBC) 
9:00 THE ELEVENTH HOUR: last-minute program arri- 
vals of Jopical interest. 
10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 

10:15 CHINA REVISITED: Maud Russel, for many years 

a YMCA worker in China and now editor of the 

Far East Reporter, tells William C. Berges of her 

recent visit to China. 

11:05 THEODORE BIKEL AT HOME: a visit with the 

actor-folksinger and his guests. (JAN. 10) 
12:05 'ROUND MIDNIGHT: Jazz with Jim Cano. 



FRIDAY, January 6 

7:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

HANDEL Concerto No. 4 for Organ and Orchestra, 
Op. 4 

(Reinberger, Prague Orch— Neumann) (Artia 104) 
(24) 
RAVEL Le Tombeau de Couperin 

(Philadelphia Orch-Ormandy)(Columbia 5569)(20) 
BRUCKNER Symphony No. 5, Bb major 
(Bavarian Sym-Jochum) (DGG 300) (90) 
9:30 COMMENTARY: Sidney Roger. (Jan. 5) 
9:45 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Charles Susskind. 

(Jan. 5) 
10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin con- 
tinues her reading of Maria Dermout's novel. 
10:30 CHAMBER MUSIC (Dec. 20) 

HAYDN Divertimenti, No. 37, G major, No. 44, 

D major (23) 
BACH English Suite No. 1, A major (21) 
MILHAUD The Four Seasons (45) 
PISTON Sonatina for Violin and Harpsichord (21) 



SATURDAY, January 7 

9:00 CHAMBER-VOCAL CONCERT 

K.P.E. BACH Trio, C major 

(Zimbler Ens) (Boston 404) (10) 
SCHUBERT String Quartet No. 15, G major 

(Endres Quartet) (Vox VBX-4) (44) 
COPLAND Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson 

(Lipton, Copland) (Columbia 5106) (30) 
FINNEY String Quartet No. 6, E major 
(Stanley Quartet) (CRI-116) (24) 
11:00 PHILOSOPHY, EAST AND WEST: Alan Watts. 

(Jan. 1) 
11:30 THE PRESIDENT'S PRESS CONFERENCE: via air- 
mail from Washington. 
12:00 FROM HERE TO SUNDAY: folksongs with Ed 
Cray. 
1:30 THE ROGUE OF PUBLISHERS' ROW: Edward 
Uhlan, president of one of the largest "vanity" 
publishing houses (Exposition Press), talks with 
Byron Bryant about the business methods of "big 
time" American publishing. 



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2:00 EARLY ENGLISH INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC: from 
the 16th and 17th centuries. Commentary by Anne 
Kitto. 
3:00 THE FILM ART: Gideon Bachman interviews im- 
portant film personalities. 
3:30 ENCAMPMENT FOR CITIZENSHIP: Saal D. Lesser, 
Executive Director, tells Elsa Knight Thompson about 
some outstanding events of the past year and plans 
for future ones under the auspices of EFC. 
4:00 CRITICISM AND CHAOS: a rebroadcast of the 
first of the 1960 Sather Lectures given by Prof. 
H. D. F. Kitto. (Nov. 11) 
5:15 CONCERTO CONCERT 
BACH Piano Concerto No. 1, D minor 

(Richter, Czech Phil-Anosov) (Artia 123) (25) 
MOZART Flute Concerto No. 1, G major, K. 313 
(Barwahser, Vienna Sym— Pritchard) (Epic 3033) 
(24) 
SCHUMANN Concerto for Four Horns, F major, 
Op. 86 

(Soloists, Russian Orch-Gauk) (Monitor 2123) 
(25) 
WEBERN Concerto for Nine Instruments, Op. 24 
(Ens-Craft) (Columbia KL5021) (6) 
6:45 NEWS: Fred Schott. 

7:00 NEW YORK COMMENTARY: from WBAI. 
7:15 CHILDHOOD HOME AND HAUNTS OF MARK 
TWAIN: Colin Edwards visits Hannibal, Missouri, to 
discover the real places and incidents which appear 
in "Tom Sawyer" and "Huckleberry Finn." Produced 
for CBC. 
8:00 BRENDAN BEHAN OFF THE RECORD: in a re- 
markable flow of the English language (and some 
French) the unfettered Irish author and playwright 
delivers himself on nationalism, homosexuality, the 
H-Bomb, his own work, Sean O'Casey, U. S. food, 
Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, communism, and 
Brendan Behan. He is interviewed by Tom F. Driver. 
9:00 THE ARCHIVE SERIES: music before 1800, re- 
leased by Deutsche Grammaphon-Decca. 
FRESCOBALDI Music for Harpsichord 

(Neumeyer) (Archive 3054) (26) 
HANDEL Zadok the Priest 

(Chorus, Orch-Jones) (Archive 3133) (7) 
Music of the Minstrels: Seventeen Dances 
(Pro Musica Antiqua) (Archive 3002) (18) 
10:00 TRAINING OUR DIPLOMATS: Myron L. Koenig, 
Associate Dean of the Foreign Service Institute, 
talks with Elsa Knight Thompson and Gene Marine 
about in-service education of our "working level" 
diplomats and the foreign service generally. 
11:00 THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL: plenty of foreign 
sounds with Gert Chiarito's in-service education of 
folk singers. 
12:00 'ROUND MIDNIGHT: jazz, talk and over-modu- 
lation with Jim Cano. 

SUNDAY, January 8 

9:00 ORCHESTRAL-VOCAL CONCERT 

BRAHMS Symphony No. 3, F major, Op. 90 
(Orch-Walter) (Columbia 5574) (33) 

BEETHOVEN Missa Solemnis, D major, Op. 123 
(Schwarzkopf, Gedda, Ludwig, Zaccaria, Phil- 
harmonia-Von Karajan) (Angel 3595) (85) 
11:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: Harold Winkler. 

(Jan. 4) 

11:30 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth. (JAN. 13) 

12:00 JAZZ REVIEW: Philip F. Elwood. 
1:30 HIROSHIMA REVISITED: In 1958 the Reynolds 
family and a Japanese crewman sailed the yacht 
Phoenix into the Pacific nuclear testing grounds. 
Mrs. Barbara Reynolds tells Trevor Thomas about 
the voyage, her husband's arrest, conviction and 
current appeal, and of the night people of Hiro- 
shima, where the Reynolds now live aboard the 
Phoenix. 

2:00 L'ORFEO: Monteverdi's "dramma per musica" 
edited and conducted by August Wenzinger, with 
Helmut Krebs as Orfeo, Hanni Mack-Cosack as 



Euridice and Margot Guillaume as La Musica, with 
an ensemble of ancient instruments. (Archive 3035/6) 
4:00 THE U. N. DEBATES DISARMAMENT: last Novem- 
ber Krishna Menon of India introduced into the 
U. N. Political Committee, on behalf of several 
neutral nations, a disarmament resolution. Robert 
Schutz of Lobby for Peace has produced and nar- 
rated this edited recording of introduction and sub- 
sequent debate, including Menon, James Wadsworth 
of the U. S., and Valerian Zorin of the U.S.S.R. 
5:30 BARON MUENCHHAUSEN AND ACOUSTICS: H. 
V. Muenchhausen who held the title of Baron un- 
til he came to the U. S., tells Colin Edwards of 
CBC atfOut his famous ancestor, the effect of tall 
storytelling fame on the lives of his family, and 
about his own present field of activity: acoustics. 
6:00 NEWS REVIEW: Bill Plosser. 
6:15 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MASTERS: Frank de 
Bellis. (JAN. 11) 
VIVALDI Concerto in C, No. 17 

(Sherman, Zimbler Ens) (Vic) (11) 
GALILEI Contrappunto for two lutes, Fuga for 

three lutes 

(Carisch) (5) 
BONPORTI Sonata in G minor, Op. 1 No. 3 

(Redditi, Ceradini, Caruana) (Carisch) (7) 
P. QUAGLIATI "Madre divina" 

(Sons, di Milano Piccolo Coro) (Carisch) (1) 
P. QUAGLIATI "Apre il suo verde seno" 

(Souzay, bar.) (Lon) (1) 
LOCATELLI Concerto in D, Op. 3, No. 1 

(Lautenbacher, Orch-Kehr) (Vox) (23) 
CLEMENTI Sonata in B minor, No. 2 

(Balsam, piano) (17) 
SINIGAGLIA Danza Piemontese 

(Boston Pops) (Vic) (8) 
7:45 COMMENTARY: Robert Schutz. (JAN. 9) 
8:00 PHILOSOPHY, EAST AND WEST: Alan Watts. 

(JAN. 14) 
8:30 AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRATIC ACTION: an- 
other in the series produced for Pacifica by the 
ADA in Washington. 

9:00 SONGS BY HUGO WOLF: from the "Spanish 
Songbook," performed by Irmgard Seefried, so- 
prano, Eberhard Waechter, baritone, and Erik 
Werba, piano. (DGG 18591) 

9:30 LOVE: beginning our rebroadcasts of the series 
by Dr. C. S. Lewis, with five programs of one 
half hour each. 

10:00 IF THIS BE REASON: another in the monthly 
series produced by Leo Huberman and Paul Sweezy, 
editors of The Monthly Review. 

10:30 THE CHANGELING: a play by the Elizabethan 
dramatist, Thomas Middleton, produced by Raymon 
Raikes. (BBC) 

MONDAY, January 9 

7:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

HAYDN Symphony No. 104, D major 

(Lamoureux Orch-Markevitch) (Epic 3725) (26) 
MOZART Piano, Concerto No. 27, Bb major, K. 595 

(Henkemans, Vienna Sym— Pritchard) (Epic 3117) 

(28) 
MENDELSSOHN Piano Concerto No. 1, G minor, 

Op. 25 

(Gilels, Orch-Kondrashin) (CRLP 191) (20) 
STRAVINSKY Agon 

(Orch-Stravinsky) (Columbia 5215) (20) 
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade, Op. 35 

(Czech Phil-Chalabala) (Parliament 103) (47) 
9:45 COMMENTARY: Robert Schutz. (Jan. 8) 
10:00 TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin continues 
her reading of the novel by Dermout. 

10:30 CHAMBER MUSIC (Dec. 28) 

HAYDN Octet for Winds, F major (20) 

SCHUBERT Trio No. 2 for Piano and Strings, Eb 
major, Op. 100 (40) 

FLOTHUIS String Quartet, Op. 44 (20) 
12:00 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 

ther Schuller. (Jan. 4) 



1:00 THE PLUNDERED CONTINENT: Paul Johnson's 

article from the Monthly Review, read by Gene 

Marine. (Dec. 26) 
1:45 KEYBOARD CONCERT (Jan. 1) 

LUEBECK Three Organ Pieces (15) 

BEETHOVEN Piano Sonata No. 11, Bb major, Op. 
22 (20) 

BRAHMS Sixteen Waltzes, Op. 39 (24) 

MOUSSORGSKY Pictures at an Exhibition (30) 
3:30 THE DOOMSDAY BOOK: The Man Who Cannot 

Die. The second part of the serial by J. MacLaren- 

Ross. 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 

"Stories for Young People" read by Kathy McCreary. 

"The Princess and Curdie"— another part of this 
story by George MacDonald is read by Virginia 
Maynard. 

"Kim"— Sheldon Rudolph continues his reading of 
the novel by Rudyard Kipling. 
5:00 MISCELLANY 
5:15 SYMPHONY PREVIEW: this week's concert by 

the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. 

SCHUBERT Overture to "Rosamunde," Op. 26 
(Concertgebouw-Szell) (Epic 3433) (10) 

BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 2, Bb major, Op. 19 
(Cor de Groot, Vienna Sym— van Otterloo) (Epic 
3434) (30) 

HINDEMITH Symphony, Mathis der Maler 
(Berlin Phil-Hindemith) (Decca 9819) (24) 
6:45 NEWS: Agar Jaicks. 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Caspar Weinberger. (JAN. 10) 
7:15 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: a report and 

interpretation by William Mandel. (JAN. 10) 
7:30 EDINBURGH FESTIVAL: Spanish Renaissance 

music, performed by the Ars Musicae Ensemble. 

(BBC) 
8:00 SIGNPOSTS FOR THE ATOMIC AGE: produced 

by Richie Colder, courtesy of the Stanford Archive 

of Recorded Sound. Tonight: "The Underworld." 
8:15 THE U. S. "PREDICAMENT" IN THE MIDDLE 

EAST: Dr. Fayez Sayegh, visiting professor in poli- 
tical science and philosophy at Stanford, pulls no 

punches speaking before NAJDA (American Women 

for the Middle East) in Berkeley. 

9:15 REPORT ON MUSIC: criticism and review by 
Glenn Glasow. 
10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 

10:15 SONG OF MYSELF: Walt Whitman's poem, read 
by Orson Welles. (BBC) 

11:15 CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN MUSIC 

BABBITT Composition for Twelve Instruments 

(Ens-Travis) (Festival) (9) 
KIM Dialogues for Piano and Orchestra 

(Harsanyi, Orch-Kim) (Festival) (10) 
CARTER Variations for Orchestra 

(Louisville Sym— Whitney) (LOU-58-3) (20) 

TUESDAY, January 10 

7:00 CHAMBER-VOCAL CONCERT 

VERACINI Sonata No. 1, F major 

(Sebastian, harmonica, Josi, harps.) (DDG 12015) 

(12) 
J. C. F. BACH Recitative and Aria from "Cassandra" 

(Allen, Zimbler Ens) (Boston 405) (10) 
MONTEVERDI II Ballo Delle Ingrate 

(Deller Consort) (Vanguard 567) (50) 
MENDELSSOHN Quartet No. 1, E major, Op. 12 

(Fine Arts Quartet) (Mercury 10065) (24) 
BLOCH Quintet for Piano and Strings 

(Chigi Quintet) (London 382) (33) 
9:30 COMMENTARY: Caspar Weinberger. (Jan. 9) 

9:45 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODICALS: William 
Mandel. (Jan. 9) 

10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin con- 
tinues her reading of Dermout's novel. 

10:30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT (Dec. 19) 

BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto, D major, Op. 61 (38) 
BRAHMS Concerto for Violin, Cello and Orchestra 

A minor, Op. 120 (33) 
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12:00 THEODORE BIKEL AT HOME (Jan. 6) 
1:00 LIFE IN SPACE: an address by Dr. Melvin Cal- 
vin, of the U. C. Dept. of Chemistry and the 
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory. (KPFA Archives) 
2:00 ORCHESTRAL-VOCAL CONCERT (Dec. 29) 
RAMEAU Les Indes Galantes (25) 
HAYDN Flute Concerto, D major (25) 
SCHUBERT Symphony No. 2, Bb major (25) 
STRAVINSKY The Rite of Spring (35) 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
"With a Song and a Dance" with Natalie Lessinger. 

and her young friends. 
"Stories Told from Memory" by Josephine Gardner 

(KPFA Archives) 
"Kim"— read by Sheldon Rudolph. 

5:00 MISCELLANY 
5:15 CHAMBER MUSIC 
J. S. BACH Suite for Lute No. 3, G minor 

(Gerwig) (Archive 13022) (26) 
J. C. BACH Quintet, F major 

(Collegium Pro Arte) (London 50046) (12) 
BERG Suite Lyrique 

(Juilliard Quartet) (Festival) (34) 

6:45 NEWS: Hanna Pitkin. 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Russell Kirk. (JAN. 11) 

7:15 ON CAMPUS POLITICS: Richard Chesney, Vice 
Chairman of the Student Civil Liberties Union. 

7:30 MAN, THE UNIVERSE, ETC.: homage to J. L. 
Austin, by Dr. Wallace Matson. Fourth of several 
talks on philosophy of the future, present and past. 

8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (JAN. 12) 
Singers who died during the past year (second of 

four programs): 
Armand Tokatyan, tenor (1896-1960) (recordings of 

• 924) 
MASSENET Manon: Ah! fuyez, douce image 
GOUNOD Faust: Salut! demeure 
Hubert Marischka, tenor (1881-1959) (recordings of 

1910) 
LEHAR Das Fuerstenkind: Herbst und Fruehling; Ich 

diene so gerne den Damen (Mizzi Guenther) 
Sydney Granville, bass ( -1959) (recordings of 

1923-1930) 
SULLIVAN H.M.S. Pinafore: Fair moon,- Things are 

seldom what they seem (Bertha Lewis) 
SULLIVAN lolanthe: When all night long on sentry 

go 

8:30 THE HINDU DANCE: the second of two programs 
in which the Indian dancer Ishvani (Mrs. Edwin 
Hamilton) describes the history, forms, symbolism 
and techniques of Hindu dance to Colin Edwards 
and Bari Rolfe. 

9:00 ALL-AMERICAN DINNER: Recently some 750 
guests assembled to honor the House Un-American 
Activities Committee and retiring member, Rep. 
Donald L. Jackson. Outside, 120 students picketed 
the event, billed as an "All-American Dinner." 
Israel Feuer recorded some reactions of guests, 
pickets and Mr. Jackson. 

9:15 THE ANTI-WHITE MOVEMENT IN AFRICA: "Rac- 
ial prejudice in reverse." Louis E. Lomax, author 
of "The Reluctant African" (Harper's), talks with 
Byron Bryant. 

9:45 SPECIAL REPORT: a close look at important 
news by Trevor Thomas or Brian Roper of KPFK. 

10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 

10:15 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip F. Elwood. Tonight: 
Empress of the Blues, Bessie Smith, part I. (JAN. 11) 

10:45 THE GOON SHOW: Sellers, Secombe, Milligan 
and "The Stolen Postman." 

11:15 CATULLI CARMINA: the middle section of Carl 
Orff's trilogy, "Trionfi— Trittico Teatrale." Perform- 
ance is by soloists, choir and ensemble of the 
Bavarian Radio, conducted by Eugen Jochum. (Decca 
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WEDNESDAY, January 11 

7:00 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 

J. D. BACH Overture, D major 

(Zimbler Ens) (Boston 403) (18) 
WAGENSEIL Concerto for Cello, Strings, and Con- 
tinuo, A major 

(Mainardi, Munich Orch) (Archive 3110) (22) 
BRAHMS Piano Concerto No. 2, Bb major, Op. 83 
(Serkin, Philadelphia Orch— Ormandy) (Columbia 
5491) (45) 
COWELL Symphony No. 11 

(Louisville Sym-Whitney) (LOU 545-2) (20) 
BARTOK Concerto for Orchestra 
(Orch-Lehel) (Festival) (37) 
9:45 COMMENTARY: Russell Kirk. (Jan. 10) 
10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin con- 
tinues reading Dermout's novel. 
10:30 CHAMBER MUSIC (Dec. 22) 

MOZART Oboe Quartet, F major, K. 370 (17) 

BACH Musical Offering (50) 

BRAHMS Sonata No. 1, for Violin and Piano, G 

major, Op. 78 (21) 
SHOSTAKOVITCH Piano Quintet, Op. 57 (25) 
HESSENBERG String Trio, Op. 48 (20) 
1:00 PSYCHIATRY AND THE "DOUBLE-BIND" THEORY: 
Gregory Bateson describes a new theory of mental 
illness based on work with messages and communi- 
cation. (Dec. 27) 

1:30 JAZZ ARCHIVES: Philip Elwood. (Jan. 10) 
2:00 THEATER IN CANADA: Desmond Scott, the Eng- 
lish-born (former Old Vic) Director of the Manitoba 
Theater Center in Winnipeg, talks with Colin D. 
Edwards. 
2:30 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MASTERS: Frank de 

Bellis. (Jan. 8) 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
"Tell-Me-Again Tale" with Stella Toogood. 
Youth Has Its Say: "Education"— second in a series 
of discussions between young people from the 
Orient and the Occident. (Radio UNESCO) 
Stories from the Greeks: "Darius is chosen king." 
(BBC transcription) 
5:00 MISCELLANY 

5:15 CHAMBER MUSIC 

MOZART Quartet for Flute and Strings, G major, 

K. 285a 

(Barwahser, Netherlands Ens) (Epic 3368) (12) 
BEETHOVEN Quartet No. 14, Cft minor 

(Vegh Quartet) (HSQ-48) (36) 
MENDELSSOHN Octet, Eb major, Op. 20 

(Vienna Octet) (London 859) (30) 

6:45 NEWS: David Bentel. 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Herbert Hanley. (JAN. 12) 

7:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: letters and informa- 
tion about KPFA, with Pacifica's president, Harold 
Winkler. (JAN. 15) 

7:30 RUSSIA'S NEW SEVEN-YEAR PLAN: Donald G. 
Rea. 

7:45 ELECTRONIC MUSIC 

MAXFIELD Fermentation (8) 
MAYUZUMI Variation sur 7 (15) 

8:15 JEWISH FOLKLORE: Lila Hassid with guest, 
Cantor Simon G. Cohen. 

8:45 THE LATIN AMERICAN LEFTS: problems of Latin 
America, the ignorance of Norteamericaoos, and 
the many faces of the South American Left come 
under spirited discussion when Elsa Knight Thomp- 
son and Gene Marine are joined by Robert D. Bar- 
ton, Director of the Inter-American Department of 
the Institute of International Education, George 
Hall of the Creole Foundation of Caracas, Venezu- 
ela, and Arturo Morales-Carrion, Undersecretary of 
State of Puerto Rico. 

9:45 SUPREME COURT DECISIONS: attorney Lawrence 
Steinberg discusses recent important actions by the 
high tribunal. 

10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 



10:15 CONTEMPORARY MUSIC IN EVOLUTION: Gun- 
ther Schuller. (JAN. 16) 

11:15 DETTINGEN TE DEUM: by George Frederick 
Handel. Performed by soloists, and the choir and 
orchestra of the Netherlands Bach Society, con- 
ducted by Anthon van der Horst. (Epic 3540) 

THURSDAY, January 12 

7:00 PIANO-VOCAL CONCERT 

BACH Goldberg Variations 

(Jones) (MLR 7073) (35) 

DUFAY Five Sacred Songs 

(Pro Musica Antiqua— Cape) (Archive 3003) (24) 
BEETHOVEN Nine Songs 

(Fischer-Dieskau, Klust) (HMV 1509) (30) 
CHOPIN Sonata No. 2, Bb minor, Op. 35 

(Novaes) (Vox 10940) (21) 
SCHUMANN Nine Songs to Heine Poems 
(Fischer-Dieskau, Klust) (HMV 525) (30) 
B. WEBER Fantasia (Variations), Op. 25 
(Masselos) (Epic 3567) (10) 
9:45 COMMENTARY: Herbert Hanley. (Jan. 11) 
10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin con- 
tinues reading Dermout's novel. 
10:30 MONTEVERDI'S L'ORFEO (Jan. 8) 
12:30 THE STRUGGLE WITHIN: Oliver Tambo, Deputy 
President of the African National Congress in South 
Africa, and Vusumzi Make, Director of the Cairo 
Office of the South African United Front, talk with 
Jon Donald. (Jan. 1) 
1:30 CHAMBER MUSIC (Dec. 28) 
SCHUBERT Piano Quintet, A major, Op. 114 (45) 
MOZART Adagio and Rondo, C minor, K. 617 (15) 
BACH Suite No. 3 for Solo Cello, C major (22) 
3:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony Boucher. (Jan. 10) 
3:30 THE CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER: Ellyn Beaty 

discusses some old favorites. 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
"The Princess and Curdie"— the next part read by 

Virginia Maynard. 
"Forest Lore," conducted by Josh Barkin. 
"Kim"— more of this story by Kipling is read by 
Sheldon Rudolph. 
5:00 MISCELLANY 

5:15 MUSIC BY HUNGARIAN COMPOSERS 
DOHNANYI Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op. 21 

(Michaelian, Hagopian) (MLR 7047) (20) 
KODALY Summer Evening 

(Ens-Winograd) (MGM 3631) (28) 
BARTOK Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion 
(Ens-Stokowski) (RCA 1721) (28) 
6:45 NEWS: Chris Koch. 

7:00 IN THE LAST ANALYSIS: another in the series 
of monthly talks by Dr. Paul A. Baran, Prof, of 
Economics at Stanford. (JAN. 13) 
7:30 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CALENDAR OF EVENTS: 

reported by Charles Susskind. (JAN. 13) 
7:45 WHAT OCCURRED? The San Francisco City Hall 
demonstrations of last spring are debated by Ed 
Montgomery of the San Francisco Examiner, and 
Burton White, chairman of the Bay Area Committee 
to Abolish HUAC. Held at the U. C. Newman Club, 
the debate goes into considerable detail about the 
events of "Black Friday." 
9:00 STRATFORD FESTIVAL, i960: Roy Harris conducts 
the International String Congress Orchestra. 
HARRIS Hymn and Fuguing Tune (4) 
RIDOUT Two Etudes (11) 
CASTRO Adios a Villa-Lobos (6) 
CAMPOS-PARSI Rapsodia Elegiaca (11) 
VILLA-LOBOS Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 (11) 

10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 

10:15 THE MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip F. Elwood. 

Tenor saxophonist Ben Webster, Part II. 
10:45 FOLK MUSIC ABROAD: Henrietta Yurchenco. 
11:15 THE STORY OF THE SIREN: by E. M. Forster, 

read by Vivian Schaeffer. 
11:35 SONGS OF A WAYFARER: four early songs by 

Gustav Mahler, performed by Heinrich Schlusnus, 

baritone and the Hessian Symphony conducted by 

Winfried Zillig. (DGG 17097) 



FRIDAY, January 13 

7:00 CHAMBER MUSIC 

BACH Sonata for Two Violins and Piano, C major 
(D. & I. Oistrakh, Yampolsky) (Monitor 2005) (15) 
MOZART Divertimento No. 15, Bb major, K. 287 

(Vienna Ens) (London 1239) (42) 
BEETHOVEN Sonata for Violin and Piano, Eb major, 
Op. 12, No. 3 

(Grumiaux, Haskil) (Epic 3488) (18) 
STRAVINSKY The Soldier's Tale 

(Ens-Carewe) (Everest 6017) (26) 
SCHUMANN Quintet, Eb major 

(Aller, Hollywood Quartet) (Capitol 8316) (29) 
9:30 IN THE LAST ANALYSIS: Paul Baran. (Jan. 12) 
10:00 THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS: Jean Rubin con- 
tinues reading Dermout's novel. 
10:30 CALENDAR OF EVENTS: Charles Susskind. (Jan. 

12) 
10:45 MUSIC FOR CHAMBER ORCHESTRA (Dec. 26) 
TELEMANN Concerto for Trumpet, Two Oboes and 

Continuo, D major (14) 
BACH Concerto No. 5 for Piano and Strings, F 

minor (20) 
SCHOENBERG Chamber Symphony, Eb major, Op. 
9 (26) 
12:00 MYSTICISM AND NATIONALISM IN MODERN 
INDIAN THOUGHT: a talk by Stanley Ol Maron, 
former philosophy lecturer at the University of 
Dacca in East Pakistan. 
12:50 TEN POEMS OF JOHN DONNE: read by Jean 
Nicholas. 
1:15 CHORAL CONCERT (Dec. 28) 
LULLY Psalm 50 (23) 

MAMIYA Composition for Mixed Chorus (16) 
2:00 THE "MAD" MITFORDS-A FAMILY PORTRAIT: 
Jessica Mitford talks about her eccentric family 
portrayed in her book "Daughters and Rebels." 
Miss Mitford, now Mrs. Robert Treuhaft of Oakland, 
California, describes her ideological clashes with 
her sisters Unity, a friend and devotee of Adolf 
Hitler, and Diana, now wife of the British Fascist 
leader, Sir Oswald Mosely, and gives word pictures 
of the rest of her family. Recorded for CBC by 
Colin D. Edwards. 
3:00 THE MODERN JAZZ SCENE: Philip F. Elwood. 

(Jan. 12) 
3:30 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth. (Jan. 8) 
4:00 PROGRAMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE 
"Activity Songs" sung by Marcia Berman. 
"Time for Rhyme"— poems read by Bob Ellenstein. 
"The Brave Little Tailor" is adapted from the story 
by Grimm with music by Mozart in a performance 
by the Atlas Theatre Company. 
"What's Going On?" 
5:00 EDINBURGH FESTIVAL: the Royal Liverpool 
Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard, 
with Isaac Stern, violin. 
HAYDN Symphony No. 95, C minor (18) 
BERG Concerto for Violin (24) 
RAVEL Alborada del gracioso (8) 
WALTON Symphony No. 2 (World Premiere) (27) 
6:45 NEWS: Lloyd Reinhart. 
7:00 COMMENTARY: Park Chamberlain. 
7:15 CHINA PRESS REVIEW: William C. Berges. 
7:30 THE TRADE UNION COMES TO AFRICA: Prdf. 
Joseph Gordon Oderp-Jowi, Vice Principal of the 
African Labor College in Kampala, Uganda, dis- 
cusses with Brian Roper the birth of the union 
movement, the formation of the first college of its 
kind in Africa and the African attitude toward the 
East-West and colonialism of all kinds. 
8:00 MAN ON EARTH: another in the series devoted 
to the Preliminary Evaluation of the Ecology of 
Man, by S. P. R. Charter. 
8:30 KEYBOARD MUSIC BY HANDEL: performed on 

the harpsichord by Paul Wolfe. (EA-0032) 
9:00 THE ELEVENTH HOUR: last minute program 

arrivals of topical interest. 
10:00 NEWS: Edward P. Morgan. 

10:15 ARCHIBALD MACLEISH: reads and comments 
on his own poetry. Recorded at Monterey Peninsula 
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11:30 THE MEZZOTINT: from "Ghost Stories of an 
Antiquary." A tale of the supernatural by M. R. 
James, read by Jean Nicholas. 

12:00 'ROUND MIDNIGHT: jazz with Jim Cano. 

SATURDAY, January 14 

9:00 ORCHESTRAL-VOCAL CONCERT 

MARCELLO Concerto Grosso, F major, Op. 1, No. 4 

(Corelli Society) (HMV 1767) (8) 
BLOCH Concerto Grosso 

(Pittsburgh Sym-Steinberg) (Festival) (21) 
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 9, D minor,' Op. 125 
(Soloists, Leipzig Choir, Orch— Konwitschny) (Epic 
6036) (75) 
11:00 PHILOSOPHY, EAST AND WEST: Alan Watts. 

(Jan. 8) 
11:30 THE PRESIDENT'S PRESS CONFERENCE: via air- 
mail from Washington. 
12:00 FROM HERE TO SUNDAY: folksongs with Ed 
Cray. 

1:30 STEVE ALLEN ON PUNISHMENT: Dr. Ralph 
Greenson introduces Steve Allen who talks about 
his production, "Meeting of Minds," its conception, 
its rejection for television, and its final production 
for Pacifica. He sets the stage for his personal 
bill of particulars against the death penalty. Re- 
corded by H. Flint Ranney in cooperation with the 
School for Nursery Years. 

2:30 THE INTERPRETER: two Senior U. N. Interpreters, 
George Sherry and Ted Fagan, tell Jon Donald of 
their critical tasks and responsibilities. (Dec. 31) 

3:00 THE FILM ART: Gideon Bachman interviews 
important film personalities. 

3:30 REFORM IN THE U. A. R.: Fuad Omar, cultural 
attache with the United* Arab Republic Embassy 
in Washington, talks with Gene Marine about some 
of the basic reforms that have taken place since 
1952 and the U. A. R.'s education system. Arranged 
for Pacifica by Ruthe Decker. 

4:00 MYTH AND STRUCTURE: THE PERSAE, THE TRA- 
CHINIAE, THE ELECTRA OF SOPHOCLES. A rebroad- 
cast of the second Sather Lecture by H. D. F. Kitto. 
(Nov. 17) 

5:00 MISCELLANY 

5:15 RECENT RELEASES: new recordings heard in 
advance of regular Folio scheduling. 

6:45 NEWS: Fred Schott. 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Russ Flanagan. 

7:15 PRESS REPORTS FROM INDIA: Paul Wallace. 

7:30 ORESTES: Euripides' drama, produced for NAEB 
by the University of Michigan Broadcasting Service. 
Translation is by William Arrowsmith, music by 
Don Gillis, directed by Jerry Sandler. 

9:15 THE ARCHIVE SERIES: continuing our survey of 
this DGG-Decca recording project. 
KUHNAU Musical Demonstrations of Biblical Stories 
(Three Sonatas) (Uhlenbruch, Neumeyer) (Archive 
3095) (42) 
10:00 THE KOM-I-AI PEOPLE: recently the survivors, 
fewer than 100, of the Kom-i-ai Indian people were 
discovered living in a valley near Tecate in Baja, 
California. Anthropologist Florence Shipek estimates 
they are living as their ancestors did 700 years 
ago. Messrs. Peck, Bloom and Radin recorded their 
music, attitudes, and an interview with Loretta, the 
100-year-old matriarch of the tribe. 
10:30 THE CRIES OF LONDON: traditional music of 
the street vendors and its use by famous English 
composers, with illustrations by the Ambrosian Sing- 
ers and Players. (BBC) 
11:00 THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL: the cries of Gert 
Chiarito & Co., in a new extended version. 



SUNDAY, January 15 

9:00 CHAMBER-VOCAL CONCERT 

PURCELL Come Ye Sons of Art 

(Deller, Ens-Lewis) (London 50166) (30) 



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BACH Cantata No. 169, "Gott soil allein mein Herze 
haben" 

(Soloists, Ens-van aer Horst) (Epic 3683) (29) 
BEETHOVEN Quartet No. 13, Bb major, Op. 130 

(Budapest Quartet) (Columbia 4584) (38) 
HENZE Five Neopolitan Songs 

(Fischer-Dieskau, Ens) (DGG 18406) (20) 
11:15 REPORT TO THE LISTENER: Harold Winkler. 

(Jan. 11) 
11:30 BOOKS: Kenneth Rexroth. (JAN. 20) 
12:00 JAZZ REVIEW: Philip F. ETwood. 
1:30 THE HUMAN SPIRIT AND THE SPACE AGE: Ger- 
ald C. Brauer, Dean of the Divinity School of the 
University of Chicago, speaking in San Francisco 
before the University of Chicago Alumni Association. 
Recorded by Murray S. Bornstein. 
2:05 ARCHBISHOP POIRIER-PRIMATE OF HAITI: Jon 
Donald interviews Max Bolte, one of the principal 
spokesmen for political exiles of Haiti, immediately 
after Archibishop Poirier's expulsion from that coun- 
try. 
2:30 STRATFORD FESTIVAL, 1960: contemporary music, 
performed by the CBC Symphony, with Mary Sim- 
mons, soprano, conducted by Walter Susskind. 
TAKTAKISHVILI Mtsyri (21) 
ANHALT Symphony No. 1 (23) 
WEINZWEIG Wine of Peace (17) 
MESSIAEN Les Offrandes Oubliees (7) 
RIEGGER Music for Orchestra, Op. 50 (6) 

4:00 PROSPECTS OF THE FREE SOCIETY: Robert M. 
Hutchins, educator, author and president of the 
Fund for the Republic, Inc., speaks about the future: 
education, intellectual climate, automation, leisure, 
and conformity. Recorded by Alex Vanderkar at 
the First Unitarian Church in Los Angeles. 

5:05 ANNA LIVIA PLURABELLE: read by the author, 
James Joyce. 

5:30 MARXISM, HUMANISM AND FREEDOM: an ar- 
gumentative discussion between Trevor Thomas and 
Raya Dunayevskaya, one-time secretary to Leon 
Trotsky and author of "Marxism and Freedom . . . 



From 1776 Until Today." Mrs. Dunayevskaya broke 
with Trotsky just before World War II and now 
describes herself as a Marxist-humanist. 
6:00 NEWS REVIEW: Bill Plosser. 

6:15 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MASTERS: Frank de 
Bellis. (JAN. 18) 
CORELLI Sonata in A, Op. 3, No. 12 

(Musicorum Arcadia) (Vox) (9) 
CARISSIMI "Historia di Abraham et Isaac" 

(Soloists, Orch— Lupi) (Angelicum) (16) 
SERINI Sonata, Bb 

(Linde, harps) (MIA) (7) 
VIOTTI Sinfonia Concertante No. 2 

(Pignatelli, Ceradini, Orch— Janes) (Angelicum) 

(16) 
ROSSINI "La Promessa" 

(Tebaldi) (Lon) 
RESPIGHI Antiche Danze ed Arie, Series 3 

(Angelicum Orch— Janes) (18) 

7:45 COMENTARY: Mulford Sibley. (JAN. 16) 

8:00 PHILOSOPHY, EAST AND WEST: Alan Watts. 
(JAN. 21) 

8:30 A LOOK AT THE AFRICAN: Dr. Philip Gulliver, 
anthropologist at Boston University and a former 
resident of Africa, discusses with Brian Roper the 
complex tribal and social systems, outside influences 
and the possibilities of future stability in Africa. 

9:00 SONGS BY SCHUMANN: from the "Spanisches 
Liederspiel," Opus 74, performed by Use Wolf, 
Janet Baker, David Galliver and Bruce Boyce with 
Ernest Lush, piano. 

9:30 LOVE: continuing our rebroadcasts of the series 
by Dr. C. S. Lewis, made available through the 
Episcopal Diocese of California. 
10:00 HOW TO BUY A HOUSE: from "Bitter Lemons," 
by Lawrence Durrell. A Cyprus landscape and adven- 
tures in making a deal, read by Jean Nicholas. 
11:00 MOZART'S REQUIEM IN D MINOR: K. No. 626, 
the composer's last work, which was unfinished 
at the time of his death. This performance is by 
Teresa Stich-Randall, Waldemar Kmentt, Ira Malan- 
iuk, Kurt Boehme, and the Vienna State Opera 
Choir and Symphony, conducted by Karl Boehm. 
(Epic 3507) 



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NOTES . . . 

THE COVER is Beniamino Bufano's "St. Francis of Assisi," photographed 
by Ernest Lowe. 

NEXT FOLIO we return to 16 pages — which means room for program |j 
highlight boxes, notes and comment, and other interesting things. 



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OPENING FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 8:30 P.M. 
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LET'S GET A . DIVORCE! 






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Victorien Sardou and Emi'e de Najac 

Directed by Leon Forbes 
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